Spyder Bormio Pant - Boys'

Spyder Bormio Pant - Boys'
Spyder Bormio Pant - Boys'
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Bormio Pant - Boys' by Spyder
Your grom's reputation for being hard on his stuff, well, precedes him to say the least. So queue up the Spyder Boys' Bormio Pants and be prepared for theis outerwear to easily withstand the abuses of your kiddo when he's bombing runs at the resort. The Bormio features Spyder's Xt. L laminate and taped critical seams to keep your little dude dry from nuking pow, while the Thinsulate Platinum insulation adds a bit of warmth without a bunch of bulk If junior starts to overheat like a righteously-old hot rod after a long run, he can unzip the mesh-backed vents at the thighs to cool off. Suspenders keep his britches in place, and can be removed when he suddenly decides suspenders aren't cool anymore. Not to mention, inner snow gaiters use a gripper elastic to keep snow out. And to ensure they don't wear out after their first season, Spyder threw in a Desco anti-abrasion coating over the face fabric, so your family's next skier in line can get as much use out of them as his older brother.

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SKU: SPD00QI
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